Join us Oct. 3rd @ 5 pm in the Buckland Museum for a limited seating and social distant lecture from the multi-award-winning author of Good Juju: Mojos, Rites & Practices for the Magical Soul.
Masks are required for all guests entering the Buckland Museum. This is Covid pending, we may switch to a Zoom class if Covid numbers are too high.
Description: An evening of Good Juju with Author Najah Lightfoot
Ticket Price: $30.00 (will also sign pre-purchased books)
She is thrilled to be back in Cleveland, Ohio, her place of birth! This is sure to be a magickal evening as it will be the first time she has seen her beloved staff, since donating it to the Buckland Museum in 2020. Join her for an evening filled with intimate conversation about her path as a Witch, an Author, Writer, as well as some magickal tips to keep the good juju flowing in your life.
She is the Gold Medal winner of the 2020 COVR Awards, in the category of Wicca, Witchcraft and Magick, and a winner of the 2019 NYC Big Book Award. She is a fellow of the Sojourner Truth Leadership Circle, sponsored by Auburn Seminary. Najah practices magick, loves rituals, and writing about ways to help others develop powerful spiritual, magickal, practices. Najah resides in Denver, CO, where the blue skies and the power of the Rocky Mountains uplift and fills her soul. She is also an initiated member of a New Orleans Vodou society and a regular contributing author to the Llewellyn Almanac series. Her
articles regularly appear in Llewellyn’s Magical Almanac, Witches’ Companion, Witches’ Datebook, and Spell-A-Day Series.
Najah is a frequent guest on podcasts, as well as an in-demand speaker for conferences, classes and events, and her magickal, beloved, staff is now on display at the Buckland Museum of Witchcraft, located in Cleveland, OH. She is also a contributor to the Library of Esoterica, Volume III, Witchcraft, published by Taschen Books.
Najah Lightfoot can be found online